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President of the Republic to present latest state of the nation at July plenary session

The Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique is scheduled to resume its plenary meetings on July 10, with an agenda consisting of 18 discussion points. One of the main items is the latest annual report on the state of the nation, to be presented by President Filipe Nyusi, according to the Lusa news agency.

In addition to the President’s speech, the agenda includes other crucial items, such as the Ombudsman’s annual report and the examination of the law establishing the legal framework for the presidential, legislative and provincial elections, as well as the election of the provincial governor.

The tenth session of the current legislature will also deal with proposals to revise the Law of the Police of the Republic of Mozambique and the Statute of Judicial Magistrates, as well as draft resolutions for the election of members of the Supervisory Committee of the Sovereign Fund of Mozambique and the Law to Revise the Organic Law of the Assembly of the Republic.

After a break for the traditional first semester recess, plenary meetings were interrupted on May 24. It is worth noting that the Assembly of the Republic, made up of 250 deputies, is dominated by the Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo), with 184 seats, followed by the Mozambican National Resistance (Renamo), with 60 seats, and the Mozambique Democratic Movement (MDM), with six seats.

This year, Mozambique is preparing for general elections on October 9, which include both legislative and presidential elections. Notably, Filipe Nyusi will not be running again, as he has reached the limit of two presidential terms, as provided for in the Constitution.

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